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Дом Ex.60 Read the text and answer the questions given.
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Ex. 59. Complete the following sentences about the important moments in history using the Past Continuous form of the verbs in brackets.

Ex. 58Read the story and rewrite it in the past tense.

Ex.57 Using the Past Continuous tense, fill in the blanks with the correct forms of the verbs shown in brackets.

Ex.56 Using the Past Continuous tense, fill in the blanks with the correct forms of the verbs shown in brackets. Then rewrite the following affirmative statements as questions and negative statements.

1. He _______________ a book. (to read)

2. We _________________ money. (to save)

3. She _______________ school. (to attend)

4. It ________________. (to thunder)

5. They ________________ for the exam. (to study)

6. We ________________ ourselves. (to sun)

7. They ________________ they way. (to lead)

8. You _______________ by bus. (to leave)

9. We ________________ through the snow. (to plod)

10. You _______________ your goals. (to attain)

1. We _________________ for the test. (to prepare)

2. ______ she ___________ notes? (to take)

3. I ______ not ___________ long. (to wait)

4. They __________________ at Woolco. (to shop)

5. ______ it not ____________ outside? (to freeze)

6. She _________________ on Almond Street last year. (to live)

7. ______ you ____________ supper when the phone rang? (to eat)

8. He ________________ asleep by the time the lesson ended. (to fall)

9. ______ we not _____________ the next chapter? (to discuss)

10. They ___________ their books away, when their friends arrived. (to put)

11. You ______ not _____________ the news. (to follow)

12. ______ I ____________ too much noise? (to make)

An American named Jones is on a boat trip. The first day of the trip, he sits opposite a Frenchman for lunch. The Frenchman arrives late. As he comes in, he turns to Mr. Jones and says, “Bon appétit”. Mr. Jones, who knows no French at all, thinks that the Frenchman is giving his name, so he stands up and says, “Jones.”

The second day the Frenchman arrives late and says, “Bon appétit.” Mr. Jones gets up and says, “Jones.” The third day the same thing happens.

The fourth day, as Mr. Jones is taking a morning walk around the boat, he meets an old friend. His friend asks him how the trip is going. Mr. Jones mentions that there is an Italian man named Bonappetit opposite him at lunch. His friends understands the situation immediately. He explains that the man isn’t Italian. He tells Mr. Jones that the man is French and that he is wishing him a pleasant lunch. Mr. Jones decides to correct the situation.

Mr. Jones arrives late for lunch that day. When he walks into the dining area, the Frenchman is already eating. Mr. Jones says, “Bon appétit.” The Frenchman smiles and says, “Jones.”

1. When SS Titanic hit the iceberg…

a ) people …………… (dance) in the ballroom.

b) the captain ………….. (read) a book in his cabin.

2. When John Lenon met Paul McCartney …

a) John …………. (play) with a group called “the Quarrymen”.

b) rock-n-roll music …………. (become) popular in Europe.

3. When Neil Armstrong first walked on the Moon…

a) the other astronauts ……….. (sit) inside Apollo 11.

b) millions of people ………… (watch) it on television.

4. When Nelson Mandela left prison…

a) his wife Winnie ………… (wait) for him.

b) his supporters ………… (sing) outside the prison.